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2010 Global Telecommunications Predictions


The 2010 Global Predictions for the telecommunications industry provide an in-depth look at the emerging issues that will have an impact on the telecommunications sector in the coming year. The Predictions are intended to kindle debate, inform possible direction, and identify potential actions for your company.

Deloitte’s annual global telecommunications predictions report identifies network, device, and application trends likely to affect consumers and businesses in 2010. The topics covered in this year’s report include the following:

  • Growing importance of mobile search for smartphones
  • Changes in network technologies and pricing plans to cope with the explosion of data
  • Rethinking the reliability requirements of wireless networks compared to landline
  • Changing the scale of wireless contracts both in terms of up-time and duration

As the telecom landscape continues to evolve rapidly, these predictions are designed to help telecom companies capitalize on emerging industry and consumer trends most likely to impact their current business models and customers.

What does your business need to know?

Find out more by downloading the 2010 Telecommunications Predictions report below.

About the report:

The 2010 Global Telecommunications Predictions has drawn on internal and external inputs from conversations with member firm clients, contributions from Deloitte member firms’ 6,000 partners and managers specializing in technology, media and telecommunications, and discussions with industry analysts as well as interviews with leading executives from around the globe. The report includes recommendations on how to best leverage these trends.

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